Table of Contents for International Existing Building Code 2006


Administration
1(10)
General
1(1)
Applicability
1(1)
Department of Building Safety
2(1)
Duties and Powers of Code Official
2(1)
Permits
3(2)
Construction Documents
5(1)
Temporary Structures and Uses
6(1)
Fees
6(1)
Inspections
7(1)
Certificate of Occupancy
7(1)
Service Utilities
8(1)
Board of Appeals
8(1)
Violations
8(1)
Stop Work Order
9(1)
Unsafe Buildings and Equipment
9(1)
Emergency Measures
9(1)
Demolition
10(1)
Definitions
11(2)
General
11(1)
General Definitions
11(2)
Prescriptive Compliance Method
13(6)
General
13(1)
Additions, Alterations or Repairs
13(2)
Fire Escapes
15(1)
Glass Replacement
15(1)
Change of Occupancy
15(1)
Historic Buildings
16(1)
Moved Structures
16(1)
Accessibility for Existing Buildings
16(3)
Classification Of Work
19(2)
General
19(1)
Repairs
19(1)
Alteration---Level 1
19(1)
Alteration---Level 2
19(1)
Alteration---Level 3
19(1)
Change of Occupancy
19(1)
Additions
19(1)
Historic Buildings
19(1)
Relocated Buildings
19(2)
Repairs
21(4)
General
21(1)
Building Elements and Materials
21(1)
Fire Protection
21(1)
Means of Egress
21(1)
Accessibility
21(1)
Structural
21(2)
Electrical
23(1)
Mechanical
23(1)
Plumbing
23(2)
Alterations---Level 1
25(4)
General
25(1)
Building Elements and Materials
25(1)
Fire Protection
25(1)
Means of Egress
25(1)
Accessibility
25(1)
Structural
26(1)
Energy Conservation
27(2)
Alterations---Level 2
29(10)
General
29(1)
Special Use and Occupancy
29(1)
Building Elements and Materials
29(2)
Fire Protection
31(2)
Means of Egress
33(3)
Accessibility
36(1)
Structural
36(1)
Electrical
37(1)
Mechanical
37(1)
Plumbing
37(1)
Energy Conservation
38(1)
Alterations---Level 3
39(4)
General
39(1)
Special Use and Occupancy
39(1)
Building Elements and Materials
39(1)
Fire Protection
40(1)
Means of Egress
40(1)
Accessibility
40(1)
Structural
40(1)
Energy Conservation
41(2)
Change Of Occupancy
43(6)
General
43(1)
Special Use and Occupancy
43(1)
Building Elements and Materials
43(1)
Fire Protection
43(1)
Means of Egress
43(1)
Accessibility
43(1)
Structural
43(1)
Electrical
44(1)
Mechanical
45(1)
Plumbing
45(1)
Other Requirements
45(1)
Change of Occupancy Classification
45(4)
Additions
49(2)
General
49(1)
Heights and Areas
49(1)
Structural
49(1)
Smoke Alarms in Occupancy Groups R-3 and R-4
50(1)
Accessibility
50(1)
Historic Buildings
51(4)
General
51(1)
Repairs
51(1)
Fire Safety
51(1)
Alterations
52(1)
Change of Occupancy
52(1)
Structural
53(2)
Relocated or Moved Buildings
55(2)
General
55(1)
Requirements
55(2)
Performance Compliance Methods
57(10)
General
57(10)
Construction Safeguards
67(4)
General
67(1)
Protection of Adjoining Property
68(1)
Temporary Use of Streets, Alleys and Public Property
68(1)
Fire Extinguishers
68(1)
Exits
69(1)
Standpipe Systems
69(1)
Automatic Sprinkler System
69(1)
Accessibility
69(2)
Referenced Standards
71(2)
APPENDIX A GUIDELINES FOR THE SEISMIC RETROFIT OF EXISTING BUILDINGS
73(1)
SEISMIC STRENGTHENING PROVISIONS FOR UNREINFORCED MASONRY BEARING WALL BUILDINGS
73(14)
Purpose
73(1)
Scope
73(1)
Definitions
73(1)
Symbols and Notations
73(1)
General Requirements
74(1)
Materials Requirements
75(2)
Quality Control
77(1)
Design Strengths
77(1)
Analysis and Design Procedure
78(1)
General Procedure
78(1)
Special Procedure
78(2)
Analysis and Design
80(1)
Detailed System Design Requirements
81(1)
Walls of Unburned Clay, Adobe or Stone Masonry
82(5)
EARTHQUAKE HAZARD REDUCTION IN EXISITING REINFORCED CONCRETE AND REINFORCED MASONRY WALL BUILDINGS WITH FLEXIBLE DIAPHRAGMS
87(4)
Purpose
87(1)
Scope
87(1)
Definitions
87(1)
Symbols and Notations
87(1)
General Requirements
87(1)
Analysis and Design
88(1)
Materials of Construction
89(2)
PRESCRIPTIVE PROVISIONS FOR SEISMIC STRENGTHENING OF CRIPPLE WALLS AND SILL PLATE ANCHORAGE OF LIGHT, WOOD-FRAME RESIDENTIAL BUILDINGS
91(16)
General
91(1)
Definitions
91(1)
Structural Weaknesses
92(1)
Strengthening Requirements
92(15)
EARTHQUAKE HAZARD REDUCTION IN EXISTING WOOD-FRAME RESIDENTIAL BUILDINGS WITH SOFT, WEAK OR OPEN-FRONT WALLS
107(6)
General
107(1)
Definitions
107(1)
Analysis and Design
108(2)
Phased Construction
110(1)
Prescriptive Measures for Weak Story
110(1)
Materials of Construction
110(1)
Information Required to be on the Plans
111(1)
Quality Control
111(2)
EARTHQUAKE HAZARD REDUCTION IN EXISTING CONCRETE BUILDINGS AND CONCRETE WITH MASONRY INFILL BUILDINGS
113(16)
Purpose
113(1)
Scope
113(1)
Definitions
113(1)
Symbols and Notations
113(1)
General Requirements
114(1)
Site Ground Motion
115(1)
Tier 1 Analysis Procedure
115(1)
Tier 2 Analysis Procedure
115(2)
Tier 3 Analysis Procedure
117(5)
Determination of the Stress-Strain Relationship of Existing Unreinforced Masonry
122(7)
APPENDIX A REFERENCED STANDARDS
129(2)
APPENDIX B SUPPLEMENTARY ACCESSIBILITY REQUIREMENTS FOR EXISTING BUILDINGS AND FACILITIES
131(2)
Qualified Historical Buildings and Facilities
131(1)
Fixed Transportation Facilities and Stations
131(1)
Dwelling Units and Sleeping Units
132(1)
Referenced Standards
132(1)
RESOURCE A GUIDELINES ON FIRE RATINGS OF ARCHAIC MATERIALS AND ASSEMBLIES
133(16)
Fire-related Performance of Archaic Materials and Assemblies
134(1)
Building Evaluation
135(5)
Final Evaluation and Design Solution
140(5)
Summary
145(4)
Appendix 149(1)
Resource A Table of Contents 149(136)
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